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Dutches of late are published in TVf Evening Capital. " I|MII I, r.\KY BVENINO ucrpt Sundays ,< J \ \VII—No. l.*J2. HIED TOPICS BUSSED 3 ¥ IH MIN f Employed In Manufac- Q( Astronomical Mea _. nen ts And Then A Dis ,,l?e Concerning Modern litw.paper Publishing. [LLS RAPID INCREASE OF FEATURE ARTICLES ib fnivmity Club, at its regular ‘ |;f :ii Mrixivsi'll Hall last even iMpvir l a program unusual in its tt ’interest and appeal. The of he dub had the unique Wfiiif <>f journeying directly la t rr* Htri.t I in* plant to a solar ~f ten thousand degrees of gtrsture Then, in order to cele , fittingly. the birthday of the i bo never told a lie.” they were no..rt,<l to tb<- office of a modern gtt}nr editor. |P ipcak' i's and their subjects D Prof Milton C. Stuart, of the ■ GratluarSchool, "How Ice is William A Conrad, of the De -5,0,1 of Mathematics of the Naval tdmy. "Astronomical Measure gt and Prof. Walter It. Norris, of ! Engl:-h Department of the Naval j Ufpn. "Feature Articles of Our | HHimTS M Science In Ice-Making C Stuart explained the scientific j mpics underlying the manufac- 1 inf ice ami then simply and eloar loicil how the seeming mysteries j B no factory are only the emodi-j it of th- priiiciple that heat mun’ I Btm from water if Ice is to re- j ; l Ho ilomonstrated the principle ben 'sing a tube of water into a iof propane, the temperature of ti s fU . and taking out a tube ( Man Infinitesimal It Conrad brought forcibly home |b hearers how intinitesimal is M I ltd his earth by comparing the ! jt i.vMcm to a hypothetical ays luistuig in the great uncharted j Ip way. llis conclusion is tha r , if j Ibv evolutionary process has j lie: his present stage of develop- 1 it in the comparatively short time! hoot a million years the same be- ( in the hypothetical system in; tConlimii'il On | ( bets Tomorrow In St. Anne's | kxrrow st Matthias Day, i h ' i-e'Holy Communion in St. Its Church at 7: 00 ; Morning ! iwand Holy Communion at 10:00. i IWCJCiCOOCiOC'OCi'SOOOOOOOOr' ft BUY -1 \ waste Paper OF \LL KINDS £ ’! 83 I'AV HIGHEST PRICES £ L Ftm SAME O j 1 - o - ° 1 : Chesapeake Waste oj ■ : Paper Co. ||: 1 MUU st. M At: SECOND. Oj ■ nitn i • g L S | 'cu n:\ors~ 1 anj Lunch Room NOW OPEN N :gk AVK £ BLADEN ST. | v jo| BENNETT’S Ij '■ e iml Fourth St. o, KAs'tport. MD. % o Spring.... | cry •S I o o J £ • until 9 p. m. % of 'u'occioasaaoaocao MARTIN’S MUSIC STORE 47 MARYLAND AVENUE Everything Pertaining to Music BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS wing records at once: “Play Those Funny Blues.” “Way Down East in Maine,” “Whoa. Tillie, Take Your Time” Navy Basketers Won 14, Lost 3; Point Score 610-414 Following is the season’s rec ord of the Navy basketball team which will face the Army Cadets in the annual inter-service game ut the Naval Academy tomorrow afternoon: Navy, 49; St Francis (N. -Y.) 34. Navy, 41; Western Md., 10. Navy, 38; Wash. College, 31. j Navy, 28; Manhattan, 21. Navy. 26; Duquesne, 28. Navy, 24; Pennsylvania, 25. Navy, 28; Knox, 21. Navy, 49; Wash. Yankees, 24. Navy, 45; Lafayette. 28. Navy, 31; Pennsylvania. 20, Navy, 37; Georgetown, 33. Navy, 36; Bucknell, 31. Navy, 31; West Va , 15. Navy, 38; Fordhatn, 19. Navy, 44; Delaware, 29. Navv. 46; Wash.-Jeff., 24. Navy. 19; Catholic l?., 21. Carnes won. 14; lost, 3. Points scored—Navy, CIO; op ponents, 414. FIREMEN ME M CARD GAME FROM ELKS Independents Captured Extra! Match Following Tie At Twenty-Nine Points CLEVER PLAYING SHOWN Curd players of the Independent Fire Company and the Annapolis lodge of Elks were the contestants n an interesting series of games at pinochle, which the fire fighters inan iged to win, only after the teams were locked in a t'c at 29-a!l and an •xtra game was brdered. Some clever playing was done and the match was in doubt all the way. ho firemen were leading until the last regular game was started. Thev tad one game to their credit, and in points, the score stood; Firemen, 2; 'Continued On Puiro MR. AND MRS. ROBINSON LOSE YOUNG SON Robert William Jamog Robinson, four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. An drew L. Robinson, of 50 Cornhill street, this city, fell a victim to. double pneumonia last night. The child had been sick for twenty-five days. His funeral will be held Sun day afternoon at 2 o’clock from the residence of his parents. The lad’s body will be interred iu St. Mary’s i cemetery. OOOO< OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'* Auction Sale -o FOR SALE- Household fur- £ o niture of the estate of Edith K. 0 Williams at R. G. Chaney s stor- £ £ age, Saturday, March 3rd, at o 0 1:80 p. m. £ g ANNAPOLIS BANKING AND £ TRUST CO. o * (Guardian for Knowlton £ Williams, infant.) o Terms: Cash. £ o o ,*OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO — NOTICE! "In Want of a Servant.” the i play to le given by Miss West phal’s Sunday School Class, has l ecu postponed until next week. Tickets now out will be good at ; that time. i'*ooooooooooooooooooooooo^ | DOUBLE-HEADER | I BASKET-BALL 1 o o 1? A. 11. S. VS. MT ST. JOSEPH S. £ OF BALTIMORE £ —AND— O £ CO. “M" VS. CO. "F,” OF £ H Y ATTSVII.I.K • £ £ Saturday, Feb. 24 | STATE ARMORY & Game 7:30. ’ Admission. 25c. 0 n C 00 000C000000000 0000 000C100C iDIR.CELEBRATES | I PATRIOTIC HOLIDAY Mrs. Gage Reads Essay On Tench Tilghman And Service With Washington The Peggy Stewart Tea Party j Chapter of the .Daughters of the Am- J erican Revolution held its meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. Bar ton L. Keen. 5 Maryland avenue. This j change from the regular date was de * elded on in order to commemorate i one of the greatest days in the Na tion’s history. A most interesting essay on Gen eral Tench Tilghman, written by I Mrs Emma Al bott Gage, was read which* gave many intimate details of | his service and friendships with | General Washington 1 elides the ac • count of his brilliant military ca reer. The sum of fifty dollars was de-1 | aided upon to send to the State Treas- j urer for Sulgrave Manor, England.! | half of the amount being donated by! j five of the chapter members. Discuss Patriotic Matters J Many matters of national and pa- j 1 triotic interest were discussed, and among them a stained glass window in Selby Abbey, Yorkshire, emblazon-1 ed with the coat of arms of the I Washington family. This window ae i cording to the authoritative account <CnnlmiMt On Pnrf 2.1 MANY ATTEND SUPPER FOR TRINITY CHURCH Numters of Annapolis residents, as! well as many out-of-town guests and | county people, assembled last night! in the basement of Trinity Metho dist Episcopal Church (South), to| give suitable testimony to the ap- j pealing qualities of delicious salt water oysters served by the members 1 of the Mon’s Bible Class of that' church. The oysters, which proved' so irresistible to throngs of Annapo- i lis people, were procured from Sol omon’s Island and were served piping I hot to the hungry patrons. All the ! other accompaniments of a genuine l oyster supper were also in evidence! and those so fortunate as to take ini the affair are still congratulating! themselves upon the wisdom they dis- I played In electing to be present. MUSIC AND SONG AT GOV. Elf. AFFAIR Despite the numerous social func tions which marked the celebration of Washington’s Birthday in this lo cality, the entertainment given last night by the Association of the Gov ernment Employees of Annapolis was quite successful. The affair was held in the Anna polis High School and began at S o'clock. The proceeds were added to the Association's relief fund. Prof. Sima’s orchestra supplied the musical selections and accompaniments and the following program being enjoyed by the large crowd present: Overture; solo. Howard Folker; musical selection; 'solo, Charles Gates: musical selection; sketch. Daniel and Strahorn; musical selec tion; solo. A. Boettcher; musical se lection; solo. James Leddy; musical selection. | NOTICE! The statement signed by W illiam Finkelstcin in last night’s edition of The Even ing Capital is INCORRECT, as regards the authority to advertise property in ques tion. B. J. WIF.GARD Real Estate* fz Insurance. 21 SCHOOL ST. f 23 FOR SALE! —o— Will sell a good business location on West street. Excellent oppor tunity for live man. BOX 100, CAPITAL OFFICE. ESTABLISHED IN 1884. ANNAPOLIS. MI).. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY s>:i, in*:] i DOUBLE-HEADER COURT CONTEST BOMiED FOR STATE ARMORY TONIGHT With teams of Company “M” and Company “F,” or Annapolis and Hyattsville, respectively, units of the ! First Maryland Regiment, clashing in the main eveiu, a double-header bas ketball game will be staged tonight in the State armory. The preliminary contest will be between quints of An napolis High School and Mount St Joseph’s. This game will start at 7 o'clock and the battle between the soldiers will follow immediately upon its conclusion. Following the sport program there will be a dance. The meeting between the soldier teams is attracting more than ordin- j ary interest, in that it will be on" o' the games that figure in the regi mental championship for the joar I The local hoys are especially anxious ' to will in view of tlje fact that the Hyattsville outfit lifted the trophy j j last year and forced the Annapolitans j to yield to defeat In a game played ! earlier during the prcs°nt season. CAOETSEAGER TO BEAT WASHINGTON TOSSERS College basketball fans and others ' will be atiracted to the gymnasium at i St. John's College tonight to witness the contest between the Cadets and the quintet of Washington College The game will get under way at f o'clock. This will be the second meeting of the season between the local col- I legians and the lads from the Eastern I Shore institution. Several weeks ago St. John's went down to defeat before ! Washington at Chestertown, but thr following day defeated Pennsylvania Military College. On Wednesday last the Pennsylvanians broke Washing ton’s streak of 15 straight wins, tak- i ing a desperately contested game. 41 Ito 40. The local Cadets have shown j great improvement in play since thr j | former encounter with Washington | | and tonight's engagement, should | i therefore, be well worth watching ; ; The Cadets are keyed to a high pitch i I to win. 1 !^npgiiawi Tomorrow Is THE BIG DAY— for the Auto Show management. Weeks of planning, tribulations, worries—all will disappear. At least, that is what is hoped for. • • * The Show will open its doors at 12:00 Noon but the official opening will take place at 4:00 p. m., when Governor Ritchie will malce a few remarks. It is expected that many will come to the show for the pur pose of taking tea after the bas ketball game between the Army and Navy. The game should be over be fore 4 o’clock and it will be just about “tea time" by the time the crowd disperses. * # * When selecting an automobile, more than locks should le taken into consideration. Inquire into the financial standing of the man ufacturer. If the maker fails, you may have to wait for months for spare parts, or have them made at great oxpense. Look, also, as to the reputation of the 1 local dealer. If either fail to measure up, you will be disap pointed in that most essential thing—service. • • • You will find at the show, types of automobiles which should suit any prospective purchaser. W’hile there are numbers of different makes of cars which wiij not be represented in the show, those j shown will fit any poeketbook. As for mechanical features and wearing qualities, none can sur pass those which will be exhib j ited. Discriminating prospects can be assured that there Is no car letter than the Lincoln, regard less of price, while • the Pack ard, Buick. Hup, Dodge. Reo, Nash, Chandler, Chevrolet, Cleve land. Oakland. Franklin. Over land. Oldsipol ile. Ford and Col umbia will all compare more than SEVERN CLUBMEN | ATTURKEY FEIST Singing, Funmaking, Speeches Followed Annual Banauet Ot Organization Last Night With delirious salt-water oysters j to sharpen their appetites, and then assemble around the festive board bearing a plentiful supply of roa*q turkey and all the trimmings, mem bers of the Severn Boat Club cele brated W|shington's birthday 1 y holding their annual banquet at the club's quarters, foot of Gloucester street, last night. It was strictly a •Vag affair, ami about 70 were seated about table, the number including f few invited guests, and the delectable dishes that were set before them re flected credit upon Will Weaver, whr was the caterer for the occasion, at well as the committee of arrange meuts, consisting of Paul Winchester J. Garland Healy and William A. Gra ham. Made Merry Alter Feast I It was arranged that the banquet b< served at a conventional time to take | the place of the home supper period rather than later in the evening, com oared to former functions of the like ao that all hands were at table at 6:30 And after the feast, the clubmen mad( merry until reasonably late in th< night, with Professor Schreyer’s or ' chestra doing the honors in the musi cal line. Many of the members wer< (Continued On Cnite t.) COLONIAL MOTOR CO.’S EXHIBIT FOR BIG SHOW PARADED STS. TODA\ As a forerunner of the Annapolb ! Automobile Show, which will be offi | dally opened tomorrow afternoon at / | o’clock, the Colonial Motor Compan ! gave a street pageant today for th nurpose of exhibiting the variou' types and models of Ford cars whic’ ! will form part of that company’s ex I hiliit at the big show. The parade of the cars, which in i "luded trucks and tractors <-1 d;*fereu lesigns, and passenger vehicles ! moved from the company’s plant ou , West street and covered the principa ; thoroughfares of the city. In all there were ten cars in line, and th< 1 irocession attracted much attention favorably than any other at their price. • • * At a car speed of 60 miles per hour the pistons travel at a rate • of a) out 30 miles per hour, and reverse their discretion of travel at about every five inches. That this process can lie accomplished without audil le knocking of the pistons against the cylinder walls or banging of the connecting rod learings. is one of the greatest achievements of modern engi neering. If you can realize what this means, you will confine your speed to the legal limit and save wear and tear. • • • If you are interested in second hand cars, come to the show and talk it over with the various ex perts who will be on hand. You will find a number of disinterest ed ones who have no particular axe to grind. But they know automobiles from years of asso ciation with them • • • Do you know that the Automo bile Dealers’ Association have a Grievance Committee for the ex press purpose of trying to smooth out misunderstandings or dis putes? If you have a feeling that j you have not been fairly treated ; by any member of the association, come to the show and talk it over. Maybe the fault is yours, or per haps. both are to blame. Get it straightened out and everybody will be better satisfied. • • When trying to avoid getting splashed with mud, most drivers | will try to get as far away from a passing machine as possible. This is the reverse of what should be done. By keeping close, the mud will be splashed under the running board if and fenders. The • farther you get away, the higher the mud will splash on your car. • • • “MEET ME AT THE SHOW TOMORROW.'* COMPRBHI.NBIVB LOCAL AND 01N1RAL NIWB. Program Of Academy Athletic Carnival Tomorrow Because of the diversified pro gram of events that will mark the athletic carnival at the Naval Academy tomorrow afternoon, with the Army-Navy Laakethall game as the chief attraction, and the keen desire of sport devotee?, to witness it. athletic authorities of the Academy have arranged the time chart so that none of the other contests will encroach upon the inter-service struggle. Here is the calendar for the day: 1 P. M Fencing Triangular meet. Navy. University of Penu- j aylvania and Massachusetts Tech. 2:30 P. M.— Army-Navy basket ball. 4 P. M— Gymnastics. Massa chusetts Tech. 4 P. M.—Boxing. Massachusetts Tech. 4 P. M—Wrestling. Penn State. 4 P. M. -Water Polo. Patterson Athletic Club, of Baltimore. 4 P. M.—Swimming. Navy “Plebes" vs. Central High, of Washington. DOSS PLANS FOR COLLEGE ASSOCIATION IP Representatives Of Several Stats Institutions Hold Conference In Baltimore Today t “ MUTUAL INTEREST, AIM j Prof. Sydney S. Handy, of the chair of English at St. John's College, lert Annapolis this morning to attend the luncheon and conference of higher educational institutions of Maryland, j at which plans for the formation of an Association of Colleges of the 1 State will be discussed. The project of organtrlng such an association was broached at the meet ing of college presidents held in con junction with the State Teachers’ As sociation convention last fall. No definite action was taken at that time, however, and the suggestion ap;>ar- ! ently was dropped until recently, when Dr. Clarence P. Gould, presi dent of Washington College, of Ches tertown, issued an invitation to rep resentatives of several institutions to a special meeting arranged for today. To Create Mutual Interest The purpose of the association will (Continued On Puce S.) PLANSIOIffiATE MARYLAND FOUNDATIOM The Bev. Dr. James M. Magru-ler. governor of the Society of the Ark and the Dove, announced last night at the Peabody Institute, in Balti more. that heads of historical and patriotic organizations will be called with others within a few days to for mulate tentative plans for a per na nent organization to arrange for the three hundredth anniversary of the founding of Maryland to l e celebr tel j in 1934. r The announcement followed the 'a-t of a series of lectures by Matt tew Page Andrews on Maryland histor y After the smaller committee fra ned a tentative plan. Dr. Magruder .aid. the Society of the Ark and the l ove would hold a public meeting, v hen the organization the celebra ion could be discussed at length. T ten, he said, a permanent organization could be formed. f - =j The Cars in the Auto Show ARE INSURED IN / A The Royal •| INSURANCE COMPANY j THROUGH THE | Annapolis Commercial Credits If Yours Is Not Insured. Let Us Insure It For You. —J rIE WEATHER: Fair and somewhat colder tonight. Saturday | fair and continued cold. I P*ICE TWO CENTS. POINTERS HER[ FOR TOMORROW’S 810 COURT GAME Army Cadets Reached City At 2 O’Clock And Went Direct To Academy And Engaged In Final Practice On Scene Of Annual Engagement. THRILLING BATTLE EXPECTED BY FANS Ready to do battle with their ancient naval rivals, the Army basketball players, accompanied bv Coach Fisher, Lieut. Gone Vidal, all around athlete at West Point a few years aj;o. arrived in Annapolis at 2 o’clock this aft ernoon. They went at once to the Naval Academy, and shifted from their natty gray uniforms to playing togs and then engaged in their final practice on the armory court, where the battle will he staged tomorrow afternoon at 2 :-JU o’clock. Sixteen In Party The party numbers 16 In all, and the players appeared fresh and chip per after having spent last night at the Hotel Southern, Baltimore, fol lowing their long journey from up the Hudson. They made the trip from Baltimore on the Short Line Railway Line. The Pointers were met by the Navy players and were given a cheer by the midshipmen regiment once they got within the government reservation. The game will be the fourth that has been staged between the two service schools. Of the previ ous games the middies have been vic torious in two. Should lie (Trent Battle The game promises to be the out standing contest of the collegiate sea son. as both teams are strong. Army looms as slight favorite owing to Us clean slate of 16 wins In as many starts. Several thousand persons are expected to witness the contest, which will be the main attraction of .i aeveu cvent carnival of the afternoon. The )ther contests will be wrestling with Penn State; boxing and gymnastic* with Massachusetts Tech; water polo ll'nntlnnort nn Pm* t> COMMUNICATION EXPERT TO LECTURE AT ACADEMY ■ ■ ■ Colonel Carly. consulting engineer i for the American Telephone and j Telegraph Company will lecture to j omorrow at 10:30 a. m. in Sampson lall oT the Naval Academy to the I Midshipmen of the First Class and the Officers of the Post Graduate School and will show “talking'’ moving pic tures. Officers stationed at the Naval Vc&demy are also invited to hear Colonel Carly. who was in charge of ♦he A. E. F. communications during ihe war. MASQUERADERS’ FIRST SHOW TOMORROW Dress rehearsal of “Come Into the Citchen” the play to be produced by the Midshipmen Masqueraders tomor row night at 8:15 was held this aft ernoon in the Naval Academy Audi torium. The play promises to be one , of the best ever given in the Naval Academy. The West Pointers and their coaches have been invited to remain over to ace tomorrow night's ! erformance.